Danlers launches smallest self-contained PIR occupancy switch yet

Published:  10 November, 2009

Danlers

Danlers has launched its latest innovation — a 50 by 25mm PIR occupancy module which can be suited into Eurodata plates or built into luminaires.

This discreet, energy-saving, passive infra-red occupancy module brings the load on only when a person is present. It also includes a person detector, adjustable photocell, relay, adjustable time lag function and is available with a 5 or 10 m detection zone. Each module can switch up to 6 A of load, including fluorescent lighting.

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